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Manager accused of urinating in milkshake mix at Vancouver Arby’s

May 13, 2022, 4:00pm Clark County News

A Vancouver man stands accused of urinating into milkshake mix, which was then served to between 30 and 40 people, while working as a manager at the Mill Plain Arby’s… Read story

Mindful Therapy Group opens new office in Vancouver, its first in Clark County

May 13, 2022, 6:03am Business

Mindful Therapy Group, a diverse and collaborative network of licensed, independent mental health clinicians, opened a new office in Vancouver this month — just in time for Mental Health Awareness… Read story

ESD 112 seeks director from Vancouver area

May 12, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

Educational Service District 112 is seeking applicants to fill the position of District 5 director following the death of Marilyn Koenninger, who served on the board for 34 years. Read story

Olga Mikhalets, proprietor of Sweet Touch Cafe & Bakery, loads up loaves of sourdough bread for baking on a recent morning. Her supply for bread loaves that she imported and baked in the shop was disrupted, so she started making her own sourdough, a return to her love of baking. Focusing on baking has helped Mikhalets cope with her multiple sclerosis diagnosis and worry about her father, who still lives in Ukraine.

Vancouver bakery owner bounces back with bread

Olga Mikhalets, proprietor of Sweet Touch Cafe & Bakery, loads up loaves of sourdough bread for baking on a recent morning. Her supply for bread loaves that she imported and baked in the shop was disrupted, so she started making her own sourdough, a return to her love of baking. Focusing on baking has helped Mikhalets cope with her multiple sclerosis diagnosis and worry about her father, who still lives in Ukraine.

May 1, 2022, 6:03am Clark County Life

The past few years have been hard on Sweet Touch Cafe & Bakery owner Olga Mikhalets. She received a multiple sclerosis diagnosis. The pandemic hit. Russia invaded her native Ukraine, where her father still lives. International upheaval snarled supply chains for butter, wheat, yeast and other items essential to her… Read story

Cody Goldberg, executive director of Harper's Playground, shares plans for a fully accessible playground on a tour at Marshall Park on Thursday. It will update and enhance the playground's current firefighter theme.

A playground for all: Redesign of Marshall Park to include accessible features that welcome kids, adults of every ability

Cody Goldberg, executive director of Harper's Playground, shares plans for a fully accessible playground on a tour at Marshall Park on Thursday. It will update and enhance the playground's current firefighter theme.

April 30, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

Cody Goldberg believes playgrounds should be accessible and inclusive for all. Read story

Clark County receives housing grants

April 28, 2022, 6:05am Business

The Washington State Department of Commerce awarded two grants to Clark County programs aiming to support affordable housing. Read story

A close-up photo of police lights by night

Man robs Vancouver Dutch Bros. Coffee stand at gunpoint

A close-up photo of police lights by night

April 27, 2022, 3:18pm Clark County News

A man robbed a Dutch Bros. Coffee stand at gunpoint Tuesday night in Vancouver’s Ellsworth Springs neighborhood and made off with cash and an employee’s cellphone. Read story

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Police: Man wounded in Vancouver robbery

(The Columbian files)

April 22, 2022, 5:51pm Clark County News

A man was shot in the hand during a robbery early Friday morning in central Vancouver, according to Vancouver police. Read story

Nurses and cancer survivors Deanna Berger and Meredith Pena were recently invited to share their experiences with breast cancer with Vancouver Virtual Learning Academy students.

Biology class learns about cancer from survivors

Nurses and cancer survivors Deanna Berger and Meredith Pena were recently invited to share their experiences with breast cancer with Vancouver Virtual Learning Academy students.

April 16, 2022, 5:10am Community

At Vancouver Virtual Learning Academy, William Baur’s high school biology class is piloting the high school OpenSciEd science curriculum. Students recently started a unit focused on cancer. After spending the first part of the school year focusing on ecosystems, Baur wanted to focus on a topic that would build upon… Read story

Everybody Has a Story: Best seats in house for buying in early

April 10, 2022, 6:03am Clark County Life

The 1994 World Cup soccer championship was coming to Los Angeles, my hometown. Read story